The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Character Expression
Publish date: May 9th 2012
Publisher: JADD Publishing
Pages no: 174
Edition language: English
A reference book for "show, don't tell" emotions. It's a real gem (even if these are all basic things anyone with basic observant skills should probably know), because even if you know these things sometimes you get stuck when trying to describe them (or don't want to repeat yourself) and this book ...
I read "The Emotion Thesaurus" shortly after reading "The Negative Trait Thesaurus," and now quite many details and notations made in the latter work make sense. This is another valuable title to have in a writing library, because it examines how emotions are not only shown in a narrative, but also ...
The emotion thesaurus is one of those needful things for authors who want to go beyond the overused words and phrases to describe the feelings of their characters. There's everything from adoration to worry, and each includes a 2 page list of useful things such as physical signals, internal sensatio...
Possibly the best book for every writer to keep on the desk and refer to often.
Helpful for any writer